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The expectations for remote learning during 'Lockdown 3' are very different in comparison to those of the first lockdown back in March 2020. The Government has now clarified what remote education should look like and have stated that KS2 pupils should learning for a minimum of 4 hours a day. These hours include time for direct/recorded teaching and to complete tasks independently. Further information can be found clicking on the link below.

What should remote education look like?

Should you have any questions or safeguarding concerns regarding our Remote Learning Provision please contact Mrs Budd via the School Office.


Click here to access our Pupil Remote Learning Policy

Click here to access our Contingency Plan 

Click here to access our Responsible User Agreement

Click here to access information on Classdojo pop-up

January 2021 Critical Worker Letter & Form 

More Feel Good Friday Activities

Ms Carey has some more suggestions for Feel Good Friday activities. Take a look at the 'Our Healthy Year' poster below.

Ms Evans is making a display in school to show what you get up to on 'Feel Good Friday' so please send in your pictures to your teachers on Class Dojo.

Good Books to Read

Mrs Liddiard is recommending some new titles for all those who enjoy a good read. The poster below shows the new titles and their month of release.

Feel - Good Fridays

Not got a tablet or laptop?

Did you know that games consoles like Playstations and XBox can also be used to access home learning?

Birch Class Remote Learning Timetable
Sycamore Class Remote Learning Timetable
Elm Class Remote Learning Timetable
Beech & Oak Class Remote Learning Timetable
Ash & Willow Class Remote Learning Timetable
Rainbow Classroom Remote Learning Timetable

Miss Brooks has made a video to explain how to upload your work to Classdojo